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Get All Your Home And Office Pujas Done With MakeMyPuja

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For each one of us, especially those who belong to the middle class, buying a new home or starting off with a new office is a big achievement. Even if it is our second or third home/office, we treat the accomplishment with equal enthusiasm and joy. And, when we belong to the Hindu religion, we know how important it is to thank the Gods and seek their blessings for such great ventures in our life....

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Celebrate All Rituals For Your Child With MakeMyPuja

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Hinduism is the religion that has innumerous rituals, customs, and traditions followed, right from the time a child is born, up till the rituals after death are completed. Every child who is born into a Hindu family has to undergo quite a lot of rituals in his first year itself; the first one being Namkaran, followed by Annaprashana, and then Mundan. This blog will take you through the journey of...

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Cleanse Yourself From All Your Sins On Yogini Ekadashi

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Ekadashis are the most important fasting days for Hindus all across the globe. There are two Ekadashis in every month, dedicated especially to Lord Vishnu. If you are a ardent devotee of Lord Vishnu, you must make it a point to worship him and observe a fast on these auspicious days. Although all Ekadashis are likely to eliminate the ill-effects of one's past sins, but Yogini Ekadashi has its own...

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What Is The Importance Of Yogini Ekadashi?

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Yogini Ekadashi is one of the most auspicious occasions for Hindus to cleanse themselves of all their past sins. This day is important for those who are attracted towards materialism, and wish to walk the path of spirituality. It is one of the most promising days for observing fast in the most sacred way with immense benefits being obtained from it. It falls on the 11thday of Krishna Paksha during...

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Book Your Child’s Naming Ceremony With MakeMyPuja

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Namkaran or naming ceremony is the Indian practice of naming a baby in Hinduism. ‘Nama’ means name, and ‘Karana’ means to do; thus ‘Namkaran’ means to name a child. This ceremony is held at home or in a temple in the presence of a priest who carries out the appropriate procedures, after which the father of the child or the maternal uncle whispers the child’s name into his right ear, to bring the...

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